10 Cat cafes in Singapore including catteries where you can cuddle up with exotic bengal, sphynx, ragdoll cats & more

by Dawn Pillay
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If you’re here, you probably definitely love cats – why else would you be clicking into an article about cat cafes in Singapore? And if you’re fond of cats, then you would likely know how hilarious these creatures are with a natural talent for making us laugh with all the silly antics they get up to – all while being so cute and adorable at the same time. 

But here’s a pretty common dilemma that many cat (or animal) lovers face. Not all of us are able to keep these furry, feisty and funny little creatures as pets for a myriad of reasons, whether it’s because of space restrictions, allergies or anything else. 

However, that doesn’t mean that you should miss out on being able to interact and create some awesome memories with these fluffy babies! 

To make sure everyone gets a chance to cuddle up with the cutest cats of all breeds from our local kitties to exotic bengal and sphynx cats and more, here are the best 10 cat cafes and catteries we’ve found in Singapore! 

Editor’s Note:

We enjoy animal-related establishments as it gives us the opportunity to interact with our favourite animals – and as animal lovers, we can’t ignore the ethical issues that revolve around this. From animal cafes to pet shops and catteries, there are a wide range of ethical concerns when it comes to animal welfare such as the treatment of the animals, or ethical breeding at pet shops and catteries.

As we share some really great animal cafes, pet shops and catteries to visit, we strongly urge everyone to treat these animals gently, and if you have seen signs that the animals are not being well taken care of, please highlight it to us immediately. If you are considering getting a pet, we would also encourage you to consider adoption options first if possible. There are plenty of lovable animals waiting for a good home at places like SoSD, Cat Welfare Society, and the SPCA!

1. Trulydolls Cat Cafe 

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Photos: @trulydollsg/instagram

Located at Kampong Bahru Road, Trulydolls Cat Cafe is a new cat cafe specialising in fluffy and irresistibly cute ragdoll cats with gorgeous twinkling blue eyes. There are two packages available, the Standard Package (S$28) which gives you an hour with the cats and is inclusive of a drink – and the Deluxe Package (S$38) which gives you one hour with the cats as well as a drink, dessert and two printed photos.

Photos: @trulydollsg/instagram

If you’re keen to visit and spend some time with these beautiful felines, make sure to message them on Instagram at @trulydollsg to reserve a slot as visits are by reservation only with no walk-ins allowed on Saturdays and Sundays. Weekday slots are subject to availability, so feel free to message and check with them in advance.

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73B Kampong Bahru Rd, #02-00, Singapore 169374
12pm – 7pm (Sat to Sun); Weekday slots subject to availability 

2. Designer Bengal Singapore

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With exotic cats from the majestic Bengals and hairless regal Sphynxes, to fluffy huge Maine Coons and sweet cuddly Ragdolls – Designer Bengal Singapore specialises in a wide range of exotic cats. They also have (arguably) one of the cutest cat breeds ever, the Scottish Folds, stumpy Munchkins, Toygers, British Shorthair and American Curl cats too. 

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Head over to East Coast, for a 30-minute visit to this cattery at S$5 per person, and make sure to book an appointment (call 624242416 or whatsapp 96191577) before heading down as visits here are strictly by appointment only.

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[email protected], 308 Telok Kurau Rd, #01-14, 423858
12pm – 8pm (Wed to Sun, strictly by appointment only) 

3. Alyssadolls Cattery

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Photo: @alyssadollscattery/instagram

Love bigger pedigree cats (bigger in size compared to our local domesticated cats – or Lion City Kitties)? Check out Alyssadolls Cattery located at Chinatown Point with gorgeous Ragdolls, British Long Hair and British Short Hair felines. Super fluffy and friendly, these extremely photogenic and well-socialised cats will have you falling in love with their adorable personalities. 

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All you need to do is book an appointment (S$15) with them, and spend a fun hour and a half with these lovable silly kitties as they do what cats do – nap, play, explore and cuddle with their human visitors.

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61A Neil Rd, Singapore 088895
11am – 8pm (Sat to Sun) 

4. Catopia Cafe 

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Photos: @catopiacafe_sg/instagram

Catopia Cafe at Dunlop Street houses 10 adorable cats, from tuxedo cats to calicos, tabbies and more. Each kitty has its own unique personality and is sure to brighten up your day, or at the very least help you to destress (spending time with animals helps to alleviate stress, accordingly). 

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Hop into the cafe, grab a drink and a dessert or some light bites, and then settle in to meet the furry residents! Observe these cats and the funny things they get up to and interact with them at the same time – meet Bruno, aptly known as The Dreamer, Omy the Fiesty Princess, Boomer also known as Mr Popularity, Hana the Gentle Soul and more quirky kitties!

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46A Dunlop St, Singapore 209375
10am – 6pm (Tue to Sun) 

5. The Cat Museum 

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Interact with the sweetest kitties at The Cat Museum located at North Bridge Road, while learning more about the history of cats in Singapore! This multi-storey museum has a Museum with specially curated cat photos, and cat-themed art from all around the world – and on the next floor you’ll find the Muses where some cats and kittens up for adoption live. 

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Finally, up on the last floor, you’ll find the Mansion where you’ll be able to check out ​​unique cat furniture and furnishing ideas for cat owners or people considering adopting a cat or two. For weekends where you just want to chill but do something different while contributing to a good cause – book a 1-hour session (S$20) at The Cat Museum! 

PS: If you’re keen, you might also want to check out Kitten Sanctuary Singapore located a short 2-minute walk from The Cat Museum!

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781A North Bridge Rd, #02-01, Singapore 198749
11.30am – 12.30pm, 5pm – 6pm (Sat to Sun) 

6.  Paws and Whiskers SG 

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Photos: @paw.sg/instagram

Over at Paws and Whiskers situated in Joo Chiat, you’ll meet some of the cutest pedigree British and Scottish (long hair and short hair) kittens coming in Gold, Golden Chinchilla and Blue Golden coats. This cattery offers a cage-free space where cats can roam freely and interact with visitors so you can enjoy observing the cats up close as they play.

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If you’re thinking of checking out these cats, or if you’re considering getting a cat (and new family member), the viewings at Paws and Whiskers are by appointment only and you can feel free to ask as many questions as you’d like.

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📍 190 Joo Chiat Rd, #04-01, Singapore 427461
🕒 By appointment only

7. Cat Paradise 

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Photo: Cat Paradise

Cat Paradise is Singapore’s very first cageless cat adoption centre that allows us to interact freely with the rescued cats. A lovely initiative to encourage cat adoption as you’ll be able to interact more closely with the cats and see their true personalities shine in a comfortable environment! 

Photo: Cat Paradise

Potential adopters and all cat lovers (whether you’re adopting or not) are welcome to spend time with these furry babies at just S$15 per hour. The fee also includes treats that you can feed the cats to score some brownie points with them. For those who want to spend more time getting to know these lovely felines, you can also opt for the S$30 full-day pass (weekdays).

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23 Upper Weld Rd, #02-01, Singapore 207380
11am – 8pm (Mon to Sun)

8. Paws Claws Petstore 

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Photos: Paws Claws Petstore

Stumble into Paws Claws Petstore, a cat cafe in Joo Chiat with a family of Ragamuffin cats. Apart from keeping entertained by watching the furbabies play with the cat posts, toys, and obstacle courses peppered throughout the place, feel free to order cakes (S$6.90) such as Red Velvet, Cheesecake, and Ondeh Ondeh. There are other savoury snacks like Seaweed Chicken (S$8.90) and Cheese Sausages (S$8.90) available as well. 

Photos: Paws Claws Petstore

The minimum age requirement for entry is seven years old, and children below the age of 12 also have to be accompanied by a parent or guardian. The entry fee is charged at S$12 per person, and every extension of 30mins per person would cost you S$5. If that’s not enough, opt for the one-hour extension which is priced cheaper at S$8

PS: The cafe is by appointment only, so simply message them on Instagram to make your reservation!

331 Joo Chiat Road, Singapore 427587
By appointment only

9. Special Mention: Wildflower Studio 

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Photos: Wildflower Studio

While not a cat cafe or cattery, here’s where you can relax and do some art jamming with cats at this home-based art studio in Yishun! Meet the three wonderful cats at Wildflower Studio — and enjoy an art jamming with cat session at S$35 for 2 hours inclusive of a complimentary drink of your choice. 

Photo: Wildflower Studio

Essential materials such as painting canvas, paints, and paint brushes will be provided by the home studio, and if you’re bringing kids, the studio has separate time slots for adults and children under 12 years old. Sessions are held every weekend, with one session on Saturdays for the children and one on Sundays for the adults!

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56A Niven Road, Singapore 288405
10am – 12:30pm & 3pm – 6pm (Tue – Sun), 3pm – 6pm (Mon)

10. Special Mention: Playground Ragdolls

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Photos: @playgroundragdolls/instagram

Something a little different, here’s a Singapore-based Ragdoll and Singapura cattery – Playground Ragdolls specialises in ragdoll cats (one of the larger breeds of cats), as well as Singapura cats (accordingly the smallest breed of cats!).

Photos: @playgroundragdolls/instagram

Due to their small size, Singapura cats tend to still look kittenish even after reaching adulthood and are curious, intelligent and gentle cats, while the Ragdolls are famously known for their dog-like behaviour, being super affectionate and loyal to their family. 

PS: If you’re keen to check them out, do note that they are not a cat cafe, and they no longer host play sessions with their cats. Instead, this cattery requires you to make an appointment in advance if you are interested in their kittens as they do not have immediate kittens available and have a waiting list that interested potential cat owners can apply to join.

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📍 237B Joo Chiat Rd, Singapore 427494
🕒 By appointment only

So if you’re ready to spend some time with cute cats, and give all the scratchies and snoot boops you want, head over to any of these 10 cat cafes and catteries in Singapore soon!

PS: Looking for more animals to hang out with? Check out these 12 animal cafes in Singapore where you can chill with chow chows, corgis and more!

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